I dont know what to do I still like my ex-boyfriend. but he doesnt like me anymore. ever since we broke up he hasnt been talking to me. we messed around while we were going out and he told everyone at school what we did. what should i do move on or talk to him and try to get with him again?
LilMia811 answered Friday April 30 2004, 8:29 pm: Break up can be tough, but you need to get over this guy. Think about it, he violated your relationship by telling people at school your business. He can't be too nice if he has to brag about scoring with a girl. My advice is to definitly move on, there is no point is being all glum for a guy who didn't give a crap about your privacy. [ LilMia811's advice column | Ask LilMia811 A Question ]
Courtney answered Friday April 30 2004, 7:47 am: You should really move on . You seem so nice and you deserve better than him . He seems like a jerk because, he told everyone at school what you two did . To me , he had to make up rumors (maybe true) to make or convince his self that he is a real man . That makes him feel important and popular . Don't let this bother you . You were in a relationship and you did what you thought was best for you and him . That is your business and his and no one else . That shows that he's a big jerk , and you deserve better . Move on honey . Have a good day . [ Courtney's advice column | Ask Courtney A Question ]
Girlwithamansname answered Friday April 30 2004, 5:02 am: Definitely move on. If he was insensitive enough to tell secrets and intimate details to 'everyone at school' then he does not deserve you.
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